TAS: Seed grants for 2021 announced

The Tasmanian National Science Week Coordinating Committee is excited to announce that grants of up to $2000 will soon be available for events and activities in National Science Week 2021. If you have a great idea for an event or activity in Tassie for next year’s National Science Week or have always wanted to host…

Watch Science Week Tas TV

National Science Week has officially ended but what if you didn’t have enough time to check out all the live events? It’s time to tune in to Science Week Tas TV on YouTube. Subscribe to the channel as more videos will be added. Share with friends, family, and especially the teacher in your life.¬† Get…

Tasmanian Seed Grant Recipients 2019

A little goes a long way for Tasmanian event holders during National Science Week Following the announcement of the Australian Government funding for National Science Week events, the Tasmanian National Science Week Coordinating Committee have announced their seed grant winners with thanks to funding from Inspiring Australia. Sixteen events and activities received up to $500…

Tasmanian event holders – enter your event details by 5 June for free promotion

Whether you are planning an event in August specifically for National Science Week or you are hosting an event with some great science, technology, engineering, arts, and/or maths (STEAM) angles, please complete the two steps below to register your event details to be included in our printed program, which is distributed state-wide to over 70¬†000…

Tasmania: Networking events 5 and 6 March 2019

If you’re in Tasmania, we have some fabulous networking events for you. If you’re in the science sphere in Tassie or interested in holding science, tech, engineering and maths (STEM) related events, come along and hear from Inspiring Australia and the National Science Week Coordinating Committee. Northwest Science Community Lunch with Brittany Trubody from the…

Winners of the Tasmanian Brain Break competition

The Tasmanian National Science Week Coordinating Committee is pleased to announce the winner of the 2018 Brain Break Tasmania photo competition. We asked everyone in the state holding a Brain Break morning or afternoon tea to submit pics of their best sciency baked goods for a chance to win a $100 voucher and some Science…

Tasmanian Seed Grant Recipients 2018

Each year, the Tasmanian National Science Week Coordinating Committee and Inspiring¬†Australia award seed grants to Tasmanian based events held during National Science Week. We are pleased to announce that ten events are being supported this year to bring science to people in all corners of the state. Dates and times will be announced in the…